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Easy DIY Primitive Fall Decorating Ideas

  1. Carol says:

    I love the texture and rustic, natural vibe that you achieved with this project (such a clever use of materials!). The pumpkins turned out great for fall decor.
    Carol
    http://www.scribblingboomer.com

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Thank you, Carol – I appreciate your comment!! By the way, I am a huge fan of your blog and am thrilled to meet a fellow boomer blogger 🙂

  2. How pretty, nice job on them!!

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Many thanks, Dee! I’m pretty happy with how they turned out and can’t wait to make some more things with the plaster cloth.

  3. Paula Short says:

    I never heard of plaster cloth. Thanks for introducing me to it. You do such lovely work.
    Visiting today from #AnythingGoesLinky#16,17&18

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Plaster cloth is so much fun to work with, Paula — it’s messy but worth it 🙂 Thanks for visiting and your sweet comments!!

  4. Niky says:

    These turned out amazing! So unique. Thanks for sharing on the Sundays on Silverado link party.
    Niky

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Thank you, Niky! And thank you for letting me share on your wonderful Silverado link party 🙂

  5. Clearissa says:

    Your pumpkins are really creative. I had never heard o plaster cloth but it is very interesting for that worn look.
    Very creative crafting. Thank you for sharing at #omhgww. See you next week.

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Thank you, Clearissa! Plaster cloth is very versatile and can be used for just about anything you’d use paper mache for. I’m looking forward to sharing more projects with this product!

  6. These plaster cloth pumpkins turned out so fantastic! I love this! Great Job

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Thank you, Meagan!! It really was a fun project 🙂

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Thank you so much! It really was a fun project make and I’m looking forward to sharing more DIY’s with plaster cloth soon.

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  8. Sandi Magle says:

    Great project, and I really LOVE the quality of Golden Paints and use them for my doll faces. The plaster cloth is an excellent idea, I do have some extra spooky fabric, I may modge-podge on some oldpumpkins!
    Great ideas, Sandi!

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Ooh – your project with the spooky pumpkins sounds like fun! Thanks for your kind comments too — aren’t Golden paints the best??!!

  9. Kristine says:

    I’ve never heard of plaster cloth, but when you described how it’s used to build casts, that was enlightening! I’m not a huge on crafts, but I can see where there are quite a few ways to have fun with this! Thank you for the very clear tutorial! I am visiting from Vintage Home Designs Fabulous Friday. Oh – another Boomer here too!

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      I think I’m just getting started with what all plaster cloth can be used for, Kristine!! I bought a case with 12 rolls so you can be sure I’m going to be exploring my options with this wonderful medium. Thanks for visiting and it’s great to meet a fellow boomer blogger 🙂

  10. Donna says:

    I have never used plaster cloth before, but it looks fun to work with! Your pumpkins turned out great! Thanks for sharing! Blessings, Donna

    • JJ Jacobs says:

      Thank you, Donna! I have used plaster cloth for years in my painting but only recently began exploring other artsy options. Using it on the pumpkins has given me so many more ideas – I can’t wait to do more plaster projects soon!

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